Samantha's Chapter 7 Study Aid!

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1. embolism

1.1. pieces of plaque breaks off and travels to smaller arteries and gets suck

2. thrombosis

2.1. plaque builds up in an artery and closes it off

3. Right

3.1. damage can cause cognition & language

3.1.1. stroke, illness, disease

4. Aphasia

4.1. a language disorder after language competence has developed

4.1.1. how it occurs...after an injury in the language dominant hemisphere of the brain STROKE is most common 3 kinds pg. 222

4.1.1.1. results in...difficulty in spoken and written language

5. Types of Aphasia

5.1. Broca's

5.1.1. frontal

5.1.1.1. nonfluent, effortful articulation

5.2. Transcortical Motor

5.2.1. prefrontal

5.2.1.1. nonfluentm difficulty starting to speak

5.3. Global

5.3.1. multiple

5.3.1.1. nonfluent, delayed or not able to start speech

5.4. Wernicke's

5.4.1. temporal

5.4.1.1. fluent, jargon

5.5. Transcortical Sensory

5.5.1. parieto-occipital

5.5.1.1. fluent, jargon

5.6. Conduction

5.6.1. arcuate fasciculus

5.6.1.1. fluent, imitation problems, naming problems

5.7. Anomic

5.7.1. angular gyrus

5.7.1.1. fluent, often loss of words

6. RHD

6.1. Characteristics, strokes

6.1.1. lack of awareness

6.1.2. doesnt recognize faces

6.1.3. wordy

6.1.4. no good with problem solving

6.2. I.E. Draw clocks

7. TBI

7.1. def.

7.1.1. neurologial damage to the brain, car crashes

7.2. opened vs closed head injuries

7.3. fig. 7.6!!!

8. After Aphasia?

8.1. Assess to determine the ability of the person

8.2. develop a treatment plan.

8.3. Spontaneous recovery...fix itself

8.4. group vs. one on one

9. Hemisphere's

9.1. Left

9.1.1. dominant for language

10. Dementia

10.1. chronic prgressive decline in memory

10.1.1. memory impairment

10.1.2. cogntive skills decline

10.1.3. can't recognize sounds or words

10.2. characteristics

10.2.1. "forgetful", reduced vocab. =mild

10.2.2. disoriented in loctions, can't understand humor=moderate

10.2.3. extreme disorientation, motor skills vary and can't control bladder/bowel=severe

11. Strokes

11.1. Ischemic

11.1.1. blood supply to the brain is inhibited because it is blocked in an artery

11.2. hemorrhagic

11.2.1. blood vessel or artery ruptires and a large number of blood enters the brain